Goodale Park

Local nameGoodale Park
LocationColumbus, Ohio, USA

Goodale Park is a public park in the Victorian Village area of Columbus, Ohio. It was donated to the city in 1851 by Lincoln Goodale. For a few months during the Civil War, it was a staging area for Union troops known as Camp Jackson. ComFest, a large, free, multi-day, non-corporate, music and arts annual festival, is held in the park in June.

Located immediately north of downtown Columbus, the park is bordered by Goodale Street on the South, Park Street on the East, Buttles Avenue on the North, and Dennison Avenue on the West. Goodale Park features a pond, gazebo, tennis courts, a basketball court, bathrooms, and more.

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More information and contact

Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Goodale_Park

Parks Columbus website http://parks.columbus.gov/Facility.aspx?id=25370

Address 120 West Goodale Street Columbus, OH 43215, USA

Coordinates 39°58'31.62" N -83°0'25.178" E

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